Molecular validation of Sarcodon quercinofibulatus, a species of the S. imbricatus complex associated with Fagaceae, and notes on Sarcodon

@article{Vizzini2012MolecularVO,
  title={Molecular validation of Sarcodon quercinofibulatus, a species of the S. imbricatus complex associated with Fagaceae, and notes on Sarcodon},
  author={Alfredo Vizzini and Matteo Domenico Carbone and Fabrizio Boccardo and Enrico Ercole},
  journal={Mycological Progress},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={465-474}
}
Morphological and molecular phylogenetic analyses revealed that Italian and Mexican collections of an unknown Sarcodon species of the S. imbricatus complex associated with Fagaceae (Castanea and Quercus), were assignable to Sarcodon quercinofibulatus, a species recently described from Spain. The species, characterized by a light brown-hazelnut coloured pileus surface eventually breaking into large and coarse scales, was recognized as independent from Sarcodon imbricatus and S. squamosus. S… CONTINUE READING

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